Thank you, Colleen from Silver Threading, for this gorgeous review of “Freedom Fighter”, the third in the Solar Wind series.
Colleen focuses her review very much on the teenage relationships in the story, which are very much at the forefront of “Freedom Fighter”, inbetween freak waves, terrorist attacks and flying UFOs. I’m very happy she is enjoying the series so much!
I tried reblogging but for some strange reason WordPress is currently not allowing me. 😕 So at any rate, here’s the link:
And I quote from her review:
I have to tell you all, I am hopelessly in love with this series. The characters have found their way into my heart. I feel pained every time I come to the end of another exciting installment because I want to know more! I think I must have some gypsy blood running through my veins!
What happens next? I’m dying to find out!
Freedom Fighter finds Captain Radomir Lascek up to his neck in negotiations with the Unicate and other warring factions as he tries to carve out a peaceful treaty to the new world order that has taken over the earth. So much so, that he has no choice but to make his daughter, Rushka Donegal, the captain of the Solar Wind.
In celebration of this review, I’m giving away a (small, I’m getting stingier) number of copies of “Freedom Fighter” at Smashwords: